Afternoon tour of bosphorus & black sea with lunch

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Regular
Half Day
1 day

13.00: You will picked up from your hotel to have afternoon
tour of Bosphorus & Balck Sea Cruise.

OPEN BUFFET LUNCH ON THE BOAT After embark the boat, you will have chance to appreciate the rich open buffet season salads, delicious hors d’oeuvre, Chicken Shish Kebap, Adana Kebap and fruit.Please note that during winter we serve the lunch on the calm water of Golden Horn before heading up to Black Sea.

RUMELI FORTRESS (FROM THE SEA) The best view of the largest fortress of Istanbul.
Istanbul had been besieged many times before Mehmed the Conqueror took the city in 1453, but it managed to defend itself with help of the Roman city walls.

THE BLACK SEA Get the best shot where Bosphorus meets Black Sea.We have a swimming break on the Black Sea Coast druing high season and you have a chance to swim off the boat. As the water becomes too cold and sunset comes very early, we bypass swimming break during winter season.

Attractions: 

A 14th century castle from the Ottoman's first attempt to capture Istanbul, Anatolian Fortress is located on the Asian shore of the city at the narrowest point of the Bosphorus Strait. Sultan Yildirim Bayezit built this fortress in 1395 on the ruins of an old temple dedicated to Zeus.

Anadolu Kavağı (Anatolian Land) is in the district Beykoz of Asian Side of Istanbul. It is the last stop on the Bosphorus before the Black Sea and beyond.

The tower was built as a fortress by the Byzantine Emperor Alexius Comnenus in 1110 AD, and was restored and slightly modified several times during the Ottoman period.

The Bosphorus Bridge spans the Bosphorus Strait and provides the unique chance to step from one continent Ortakoy (European side) to another Beylerbeyi (Asian side), within a few minutes. The Ataturk Bridge carries 200,000 vehicles and 600,000 people a day......

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